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Old 17th January 2012, 15:19
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Originally Posted by Split View Post
My son heard on the box (Spanish programme) that Costa knows where their ships are at all times due to "electronic tagging" in a control room they have at the office.

It's not unbelievable in this modern age. In fact, thinking about it, it is highly probable. If true, they cannot deny knowledge of their ships' movements.

Any comments?
Split, surely is possible to plot a ship through GPS in every moment, but I can't imagine an Owner clerk doing that sitting in front of a screen all night long.
The whole deviation from the approved course would have took no more than an half hour.
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